add/remove a peer
smntov at gmail.com
Sun Mar 25 19:57:36 CEST 2018
On Mon, 2018-03-26 at 00:43 +0800, Wang Jian wrote:
> 2018-03-25 3:32 GMT+08:00 ST <smntov at gmail.com>:
> > Hello,
> > I'm learning WireGuard and have a question regarding adding/removing a
> > peer.
> > Is there something like:
> > 1) wg add peer ABCDEF... allowed-ips 192.168.88.0/24 endpoint
> > 126.96.36.199:8172
> > 2) similar for removing clients:
> > wg rm peer ABCDEF...
> > or
> > wg rm peer allowed-ips 192.168.88.4/32
> > Is this implemented already or should I file it as a feature request
> > somewhere? (if so - where?)
> You should already read man pages (man wg).
> for adding peer
> # wg set wg0 peer peer_pubkey allowed-ips 192.168.88.4/32 endpoint
I want a WG (server) to assign an IP to a peer *automatically* if
allowed-ips is not provided when running `wg set wg0 peer`. And then
output it to STDOUT, so it can be passed to the peer (client). The same
can be done if peer's public key is not provided.
This would make addition of new peers(clients) much more easy - both for
sysadmins and for non-tech-savvy clients (the latter will get a ready
made wg0.conf file that they need to save to /etc/wireguard/ and all
they need to do is `wg-quick up wg0`. That's it.)
I don't think it is implemented...
Mr. Donenfeld - would this qualify as a feature request?
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